BRING YOUR CASH - WE ARE DOING BANNER ART VOTING!
BRING A GUEST - WE WANT A PACKED HOUSE!
PROGRAM: "Humility in Leadership".
SPEAKER: Mitch Kruse
For seventeen years, Kruse was owner, CEO, and auctioneer of Kruse International.
Mitch Kruse sold his company to pursue his calling to communicate God’s restoration through grace and wisdom evidenced in leadership. He earned his Master of Arts and Doctor of Religious Studies degrees with high distinction from Trinity Theological Seminary.
RSVP REQUIRED FOR EVERYONE (Yes that means YOU!) RSVP Link: http://rotary.rsvpify.com
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN SCHEDULE:
11:30AM - 12:00PM LUNCH OPEN TO PUBLIC ($10.00 charge for non-Rotarians) - large room
12:00PM - 1:00PM PROGRAM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - large room
PROGRAM: Indy Racing
SPEAKER: Donald Davidson, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Official Historian since 1998.
SPECIAL GUEST: Mayor Thallemer
Memorial plaque dedication in memory of Tony Elliott
Elliott passed away in a plane crash October 3, 2015. He owned a custom trailer company in Warsaw. He won the USAC sprint car championships in 1998 and 2000 as well as 26 national races. He was the Indiana Sprint Week champion in 1999. Elliott holds the record for 60 sprint car race wins and 8 track championships at Kokomo Speedway.
Warsaw Rotary welcomes the public to attend the April 27, 2018 meeting. It will be held at the Kosciusko County Fair Grounds - Shrine Building at 12:00 noon. Cost for lunch is $10.00. Reservations are required and can be made at the following link: http://rotary.rsvpify.com. Reservations by April 23.
PROGRAM: What is New At Grace
SPEAKER: President, William Katip
*24 Career Institute students will be attending as part of their capstone for graduation.
180 acre campus
15 varsity teams
16th largest employer in Kosciusko County
Rotary and Grace College have a long-standing relationship. The old PEP's relfect many programs including Grace and the tagline would state: "You know it's good if it's Grace."
PROGRAM: Learning about our favorite summertime asset: Indiana Forests!
SPEAKER: Indiana Forest Alliance
WHY: Forests provided an economic benefit for our local communities through the processing and trade of forest products. They result in a value of $4.8 - $6 billion dollars generated yearly. They provide demand for food, fiber, biofuel, shelter, and other bio-products.
SPEAKER: Hayley Beauchamp